Kinnamon expects consistency as Bullpups focus on Buhler

Sports Editor Peter Holland Jr. As the rivalry series between McPherson and Buhler High School continues on the basketball court, this season has added a little bit more stir in the pot. In the last three games, Head Coach Kurt Kinnamon saw the good, the bad and the ugly which led to the 1-2 start from his McPherson High School boys basketball team. After going through the gauntlet, Kinnamon sees the identity of his Bullpups thus far. “The best way to describe them is a great bunch of kids that are still trying to find their way. I believe in

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Lady Pups return home to face Buhler

By Sports Editor Peter Holland Jr. The McPherson High School girls basketball team just couldn’t avoid the injury bug after the loss of Andrea Sweat, but managed to get through two tough road games and remain 3-0 on the season going into Tuesday’s game against Buhler High School. With the loss of Sweat, Lakyn Schieferecke and Emma Ruddle, Head Coach Chris Strathman has been pleased in the way the Lady Pups adjust with the loss of the three seniors. “We have learned that we have some kids that are even more mentally tough than I thought,” Strathman said. “We have

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McPherson Buzz’s Player of the Week

Today’s player of the week goes to Landon Frantz of the McPherson High School boys wrestling team after a strong performance in the Colby Eagles Invite this past weekend. Frantz went undefeated the entire tournament at 7-0. The senior wrestler took down some of the top wrestlers in the Colby Invitational in his 195-pound weight class, including pinning No. 1 ranked wrestlers in both Class 3A and 5A. Frantz was one of few Bullpup wrestlers that went undefeated and was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler. The Bullpups finished second with a record of 6-1. Before the invitational, Frantz won two

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Big 2nd Half For Bulldogs In Win Over Park University Gilbert

By McPherson College Athletics GILBERT, AZ. —The McPherson College men’s basketball wrapped up their trip to the Grand Canyon State with a 100-78 win over Park University-Gilbert. After being up just one, 39-38 at the break, the Bulldog offense erupted for 61 points in the second stanza to reach the century mark for the first time this season. The Bulldogs led by as many as 12 points in the first half before the Buccaneers worked their way back into the game late in the half. Mac had to overcome early foul trouble from several key players but still found themselves

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